This course introduces students to the current theories and trends on group dynamics in therapy. Thus, the unique values of group counseling for specific populations are explored and the issues and cases which deal with the ethics of group work are addressed.
- a proficiency in reading and writing within the conceptual framework of the group counseling environment;
- an oral proficiency in understanding the genesis of group counseling;
- and demonstrate an ability to identify, analyze, and understand the origin of various group counseling models predominant in contemporary psychology.